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  • The granddaddy of all Fan Vids is the Daicon IV Opening, made for a Japanese anime convention in 1983 by a group who would go on to become Studio Gainax. It's impossible to list (although somebody tried) all the sci-fi, fantasy, movie, comic book and game references found in these five incredibly animated minutes.
  • Dead Fantasy unites (mostly) female characters from Final Fantasy, Kingdom Hearts, and Ninja Gaiden as they end up having to fight each other in very brutal ways.
  • Niconico video list Muv-Luv Crossovers, blends the Unlimited storyline of Muv-Luv, and splices it with the Gunparade March universe, in addition to having characters from Zegapain. Running parallel to the story is the Planet Faery setting of Sentou Yousei Yukikaze, in which Ryu Sohma becomes the copilot to Rei Fukai after his transformation from Takuto Kaneshiro. And both worlds are fighting what seemed to be a combination of JAM, BETA, and/or Festum, and it seems that Sumika is the AI core of Yukikaze, linking the two worlds. The story is told in Visual Novel-style dialogues interspersed with footages from anime/games related to the media, as well as careful splicing to ensure that everything is consistent. The "opening" animation of the series proper is in the second episode, but while it starts with Muv-Luv setting and the beginning of Argento Soma, Yukikaze's arc proper starts at episode 6. As of 12 February 2011, the series has 10 episodes ranging from 20 to 30 minutes. Unfortunately, since the series is very heavy on dialogues, non-Japanese speaking viewers would have quite a problem in following it.
  • Many M.U.G.E.N video series on YouTube, when they're not just series of fights, will be a Mega Crossover, such as:
  • Phoenix Wright Anime Attorney is an AMV that's edited in a way that makes it seem as though Phoenix Wright is interacting with characters from various other anime series.
  • In episode 6 of K-On The Abridged Series when Yui loses her voice, Ritsu asks several other abridged characters if they know where Yui's voice is, characters such as Abridged Taiga, Abridged Tristan, Abridged Nagisa, Abridged Potato, Abridged Rin even Abridged ABRIDGED Ritsu.
  • The Ultimate Showdown of Ultimate Destiny.
  • Crossover World. Saying anything else would ruin it.
  • A negative example: the cringe-worthy Pooh's Adventures series would count as this, albeit VERY poorly made. It's done this to the point where it's downright unhealthy.
  • The Ultimate Ed Chronicles is this to an absurd degree. The first film featured the Eds teaming up with Kingdom Hearts characters and the Autobots to take down the combined forces of Maleficent and the Decepticons, and that's only the beginning.
  • The Disney/NonDisney editor community on YouTube does this often in their videos but seem to be having their own crossover event with a project called The Sixth Sense. It involves an amalgam of plots reminiscent of X-Men, witch hunts, government conspiracies, giving various animated characters powers and having them interact. Already, people have mini-storylines and connections to other characters which will probably continue into the official project.
    • It has also inspired a fanfiction which can be read here.
  • There exists a small community of YouTubers, some taking on the identities of fictional characters, who specialize in editing together massive crossover videos. Despite how their videos appear, they try not to use the Pooh's Adventures formula, instead trying to craft original stories or making movie parodies (taking the dialogue of various films/trailers and dubbing them over clips of their favorite fictional characters, who play the parts of the characters in the original work). Members of this community include Ren the God of Humor, Aaron the Viking Meerkat, Princess Rapunzel, The Misfitz, Princess Twilight Sparkle, Jessica Espinoza, and various others.
  • SMG4's Mario Bloopers started out as simple videos with the Super Mario Bros. cast, but as time went on characters from Pokémon, Minecraft, Teletubbies, Sonic the Hedgehog, The Legend of Zelda, Splatoon, and even some original characters joined in.

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